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Although this isn't my area of expertise, I've asked a colleague of mine who is one of the top lawyers in this field, and I'll get back to you once he does. Just private message you so that I can respond (these questions are posted anonymously). I've successfully helped over 300 entrepreneurs,...

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Hi: The US Patent and Trademark Office has some great resources, including solid search functionality which lives at: https://www.uspto.gov/trademarks-application-process/search-trademark-database Kerby

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yes. Many jurisdictions have rights in a mark that arise simply from use. That said, it is not the same as the rights flowing from registration and in some jurisdictions, it is not available. A quick call to a trademark lawyer should allow you to clear up if the rights you get through use are su...

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Depends on why you are getting refused. What is it that makes them refuse your product? Maybe look into that and try correcting the issues! Good luck!

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Maybe you can do Glamr and Shine should sound amazing and it’s nothing close to the other product so I would prefer Glamr and Shine!

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You can get a trademark to protect against infringements on your domain name. It is essential for a online business. It is used for branded domain names. For an intellectual property as your domain name it is an intangible right, the benefit you'll get of ownership is that you the owner has a rig...

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For clarification. If I understand correctly, this is the womans business and you currently own the logo/word mark? For starters. If you filed the mark yesterday. You still do not own it officially. There is a long process of showing proof of use and paying the government fees. If you were my c...

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Confusion. Once a brand is established people associate it with the products it sells or services it offers. Also, even if it is legal to register it in your own country, you could very well have problems should you ever want to branch out in the future. It's always best to try to come up with so...

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Having worked in the domain name industry since 2001, I would always suggest a trademark search before acquiring names. Please keep in mind that when registering a name, you agree to the Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy (UDRP) as part of your registration contract. This means that yo...

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